On tap at Bronx Alehouse, sourly tart strawberry rhubarb and guava adjuncts dried out by lemon-limed lactic acidity and musky hay-like barnyard acridity. A bit parched – even for a Berliner Weiss.
On tap at Ambulance, mild kettle-soured ‘wild ale’ brings soured blackberry and pomegranate musk to lightly pungent gose-like lemon limed salting. Tart cranberry pucker adds further souring while subtle sulfuric snip funks up acidulated barley-oats-rye malting.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, juicy lemon-soured tangerine candy entry picks up gose-styled coriander salting and wildflower-honeyed acridity. Easygoing moderation may crossover to pale ale lovers with a sour side.
On tap at Ambulance, muskily dank-grained Czech pilsner stays pungent as maize-dried barley, oats and spelt increase sourdough malting above resinous herbal hops. In the recess, floral-spiced lemondrops appear.